Saturday, August 22, 2009

This week's "Best of Fat City" is child's play

Posted By on Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 11:00 AM

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​The big news in Fat City this past week was that our talented blogger, author, comedian, and adventurous eater Jonathan Bender and his wife became the parents of a very beautiful baby girl.

The birth of bambina Bender was the inspiration for this week's Top Ten list: The Top Ten places to take kids to dinner. In case we left your favorite off the list, please comment: Jonathan will need to make his own personal list soon.

This week we also learned the secret of the 12-second cocktail. And on that note, the most famous non-alcoholic cocktail of all time is named after the most famous child movie star of the 20th century: Shirley Temple. This recipe for a Shirley Temple is actually taught in many bartending schools: ginger ale or 7-Up, grenadine syrup, a splash of orange juice and a maraschino cherry. No hangover, guaranteed.

But if a hangover is a problem, consider a nice scoop of Pepto Bismol ice cream. It may not be suitable for small children.

And while all children -- large and small -- love playing games, including the best board game, ever. This drinking game is strictly for adults.

(Image via Flickr: warren_j_thompson)

 

 

 

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